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Bluebell Wood (HDR)

By Ammonyte  
My first attempt at an HDR image, trying to capture these bluebells in the dark of the wood with the bright sky and sunshine in the background. I haven't been a great fan of many HDR images which look too stylised (IMHO), but I think this works OK. I didn't have a tripod, but photomatix's auto alignment seem to have sorted things out fairly well.


The HDR image was compiled from a bracket of 5 shots in steps of 0.7ev

1/13 1/15 1/25 1/40 1/60 @ F9.0 @ 16mm @ ISO400, shot RAW converted in Silkypix and HDR processed in Photomatix

Tags: Bluebells Hdr Flowers and plants K10d Landscape and travel Rowley woods

Voters: KBan, bigLol, SH2006 and 7 more


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Brownie127 11 61 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2007 8:15PM
I like it. What program did the HDR blend, or did you do it manually? Pity about the intruding branch.
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Ammonyte 10 4 1 United Kingdom
21 Apr 2007 10:48PM
Thanks, I used Photomatix Pro for the blend. Actually it's not a branch, but a bent sapling!

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